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Dennis Schuetzle, PhD, President, REI International BETO IDL Workshop Golden, CO March 20, 2014 PowerPoint Presentation
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Dennis Schuetzle, PhD, President, REI International BETO IDL Workshop Golden, CO March 20, 2014

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Dennis Schuetzle, PhD, President, REI International BETO IDL Workshop Golden, CO March 20, 2014

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  1. Integrated Micro-Refinery for the Direct Production of Premium Synthetic Fuels from Waste and Stranded Carbonaceous Feedstocks Dennis Schuetzle, PhD, President, REI International BETO IDL Workshop Golden, CO March 20, 2014

  2. Overview of Micro-Refinery Technology Stage 4 Distribution of Synthetic Fuels Stage 3 Catalytic Conversion Stage 1 Syngas Production Premium, Synthetic Diesel Fuel Reformulated Gasoline Blendstock Thermochemical Conversion Natural Gas Direct “Drop-In Fuel Production (new Greyrock technology) Flared NG Biomass Residues Wax Production (old technology - Sasol, Shell, etc.) Refinery Processing Hydro-Cracking Isomerization Biomass Crops CO2 Emissions

  3. Overview of Micro-Refinery Technology REII Headquarters: Sacramento, CA Demonstration Plant: Toledo, OH Feedstocks Tested: Biomass, Natural Gas, Carbon Dioxide & Waste Organic Materials Feedstock Input: 2.5 – 25 dry, ash-free tons / day Product Output: 56 gal/daft of premium fuel per 1,000 lbs. of C Input (from biomass) Thermochemical Conversion (TCC) Pyrolysis & Steam Reforming Liquid Fuel Production (LFP) Direct Fuel Production Syngas Premium “Drop-In” Fuels Waste Carbon Feedstocks

  4. Toledo Demonstration Plant (2012-2014)

  5. Overview of Micro-Refinery Technology – Unit Processes

  6. Thermochemical Conversion (TCC) System(Unit Processes #1-4a)

  7. Liquid Fuel Production System (Unit Processes #4b-#8)

  8. Carbon Mass Conversion Efficiency Ash (Average % C Conversion = 84%) Syngas (Average % C Conversion = 90%) Carbon Mass Conversion Efficiency

  9. Distribution of Products Generated from the Input of 1,000 lbs. of Carbon for the Determination of Carbon Mass Balance

  10. Summary of Carbon Conversion and Fuel Production Results

  11. Synthetic Diesel Fuel Composition and Properties Meets all ASTM Specifications High Cetane (68-72) and No Sulfur Excellent Storage Stability (> 3 Years without Alteration) Improves Fuel Economy by up to 3-4% Cloud Point and Pour Point of -14 & -18 oC Excellent Lubricity – Improves Engine Durability and Reduces Repairs Reduces Tailpipe Emissions from 2006-2014 Model Vehicles by up to 50% & By 50-85% for Older Model and Off-Road” Vehicles Recommended 20 Vol.% Blend level with Petroleum Diesel for Current Model Diesels (2006-2014) and up to 100% for Older and “off-road” Diesel Vehicles Synthetic Diesel Traditional Diesel

  12. Reformulated Gasoline Blendstock Composition and Properties Reformulated Gasoline Blendstock Meets all ASTM specifications Octane (RON/MON) of 60-65 and no sulfur Excellent storage stability (> 3 years without alteration) Recommended 10% blend level with petroleum gasoline

  13. Summary of Fuel Production Results from Various Feedstocks * MeOH : Methanol

  14. 2- Technical Performance Synthetic Diesel Fuel Tests on Heavy-Duty Diesel Engines

  15. 2 – Technical PerformanceResults of Heavy Duty Diesel Engine Tests The % Difference in Emissions between the 20% Synthetic Diesel Fuel Blend and Certification Diesel Fuel for a Heavy-Duty Diesel Engine The Difference in Fuel Economy, Work and Power at 1,200-1,600 rpm for the 20% Synthetic Diesel Blend compared to the EPA/CARB Certification Fuel

  16. Schematic for the GBTL Hybrid Commercial Plant in Northern California

  17. Location of the GBTL Commercial Plant inNorthern California

  18. GBTL Plant Specifications